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How Many BTUs Do I Need

How Many BTUs Do I Need?

Determining how many BTUs your heating or cooling system needs is essential for maintaining comfort and efficiency in your Carrollton home or business. At Lex

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GFCI Outlet Not Working

GFCI Outlet Not Working

Discovering that your GFCI outlet is not working can be frustrating and inconvenient, especially in crucial areas of your home like the kitchen or bathroom.

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Garage Air Conditioners

Best AC Unit for Garage

In Carrollton, TX, where scorching summer temperatures are the norm and a box fan just doesn’t cut it, keeping your garage comfortable can be challenging.

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washing machine leaks

Why is My Washer Leaking?

If you’ve noticed your washing machine leaking, it is incredibly important that you act quickly to prevent potential damage. Leaks can lead to significant water

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14 vs 16 seer

14 SEER vs. 16 SEER

When searching for a new HVAC unit for your home, there are a lot of different factors that you’ll have to consider. One major factor

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what is limescale

What is Limescale?

If you’ve ever noticed chalky white deposits on your faucet, toilet bowl, shower head, or inside your coffee maker, you’re likely familiar with limescale. Limescale

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btu meaning

What is BTU?

BTU, or British Thermal Unit, is a term you’ve likely encountered in discussions about heating and air conditioning, but what exactly does it mean? It’s

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Furnace Won't Turn Off

Furnace Won’t Turn Off?

For many, the heart of a home’s heating system is the furnace, which, when functioning properly, can provide residents with comfort and warmth when temperatures

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Carrier vs. TRANE

Carrier Vs. Trane

At Lex Air Conditioning and Heating, we understand that choosing the right HVAC system is crucial for achieving optimal indoor comfort in your Carrollton, TX,

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R22 Phaseout

R-22 Phaseout

The R22 refrigerant phase-out is not a surprise. The decision to phase out HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) was made a long time ago. The Environmental Protection Agency

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HVAC Myths Debunked

HVAC Myths Debunked

When you’re dealing with scorching summer days or chilly winter nights, you’ll want to get the most out of your HVAC equipment. As such, it

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What Does SEER Mean

What Does SEER Mean?

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio If you’re looking for a new air conditioner, it can be difficult to sort through all of the various brands and

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